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   Vance, Gentzler. New. (CC)  

    September 12, 2012
    11:00 - 11:35pm EDT  

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>> planned and dlib rant. that's what sources are saying about a deadly attack on an american ambassador in libya.
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some are now calling it a terror strike meant to coincide with the anniversary of 9/11. >> there were two attacks. tonight, the u.s. navy has launched two warships off the coast of libya. >> tonight, we have team coverage. jackie benson has more on the demonstration outside the white house. but, first, here's chard attacks on u.s. diplomatic buildings. one here in cairo. spontaneous in passion, harmless. the other in benghazi. focused and deadly. protesters in cairo answer a preacher's call on tv to go to the u.s. embassy to denounce a video made in the u.s. that insults islam. by 6:00 p.m., protesters scale
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walls. no one is hurt, but egyptian police are noticeably slow to arrive. around 10:00 p.m. in libya, militants attack the u.s. consulate in benghazi. they set the consulate on fire. over the next five hours until nearly dawn, u.s. and libyan security personnel inside the consulate battle the militants building to building. four americans, including the consulate, were killed. today, the libyan government, which has close relations with the united states, apologized. and there was a pro-american demonstration in benghazi. but elsewhere in the region, there were anti-american demonstrations.
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in afghanistan, the government blocked access to youtube. and in egypt, where it all began, the protest in front of the u.s. embassy. richard engle, nbc news, cairo. >> here at home, dozens gathered outside the white house to denounce the violence in libya. live in d.c. with the calls for justice. jackie? >> reporter: this was organized through social media by libyans with one foot here in the d.c. area and the other thousands of miles away. >> reporter: the young man who organized the vigil in front of the white house for am bas dar chris stevens is a graduate of jeb stuart high school and took a year off to become a freedom fighter in libya. >> he was really enthusiastic about being there. and he was also excited about libyan americans coming and helping. i remember him specifically telling us, the few libyan
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americans that were there, that he's very proud as an american that we're here as americans helping out this revolution. >> reporter: among those who spoke, a university of maryland student who met ambassador stevens in libya. >> translator: we really want to live amongst the libyan people. he would go out. he would explore. he would -- he really would -- i felt like he considered libya his home. >> reporter: most of those who lit candles in memory said they had never met ambassador stevens. but they appreciated his obvious love for his job and for libya. >> he's part of us. he's part of our family. he really cares for this country and to see something like this happen to him and what his family is going through, this is the least we could do, just come out here and be in solidarity. >> reporter: and obviously, there is great interest for any plan for a memorial service.
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>> right now, the search is on for a man who opened fire at morgan state university. the victim was shot inside the campus student center. police say he was not a student, but the attack is raising some serious questions about safety at the school. shamari stone is in baltimore with the latest on the investigation. >> the university center is the hub here at morgan state. tonight, a shooting inside here has a lot of students concerned. >> i don't feel safe. >> khron is a freshman in baltimore after a gunman shot a man on cam pugs. >> reporter: it was anxious moments inside the university student center. khyron was eating when a man walked in the building, shot the man in the stomach and walked away. >> i seen a guy come out of the bathroom bleeding and he just fell on the ground. >> reporter: police put the
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campus on laockdown. >> i was scared for a second and then i was like, well, you know, at least they're safe now. >> reporter: tonight, students question security risks of an open campus. i talked to the university spokesperson about their concerns. >> we invite and encourage the community to come and partake in what the university has to offer. >> reporter: you see that camera right there? it might have captured the shooter coming out of the building right here. this is the doorway. police will review that camera up there and all throughout the campus in hopes of catching the shooter. >> two prince george's county high school students have been murdered. within three weeks' time, both were models. both cases remain unsolved. last month, amber stanley was shot and killed inside her own
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home in kettering. police say there is no reason to believe the shooting were connected. >> stuff is happening here. stuff is happening at flowers, all over. it just makes each one of us think okay, am i going to be the next person at this school or that skoom chool to die next. >> maryland live is now the third largest commercial casino in the country. a dedicated high-limit slots room. maryland has more than 4700 slot machines. the casino's been open since early june. >> why go inside a casino on a night like this? it's beautiful out there. looking at people at dupont circle. lots of us were out and about on
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this gorgeous evening. doug says changes are on tap. >> changes on tap, doreen, over the next couple of days. but you're going to expected more of the same tonight and at least into the day tomorrow. a little bit warmer than it's been over the past couple of nights. winds right now to the southwest at 3 miles an hour. right now, 59 in frederick and martinsburg. so, yes, we are going to start off on the cool note again. but it's going to be a very, very nice start out at the bus stop or where ever you're going to be early in the morning. a great start tomorrow, but, yes, changes are in the way. you will need the umbrella in this forecast and i'll show you when. >> police want to hear from any women that have been targeting a
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man. he's accused of asking women for directions while also video taping them with a hidden camera in his backpack. detectives may believe there may be more victims, including some under the age of 18. >> in virginia tonight, charges against two women accused of running an illegal day care in woodbridge. they're accused of keeping seven babies strapped in their car seat. some of them left in a closet in the bathroom. a neighbor who works in child development at quantico is horrified. >> to hear something like that is very shocking. >> investigators say most of the children were not adequately supervised. >> luxury labels like chanel for
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sale in the back room of a hair salon. officers say she had $20,000 worth of stolen goods set out like a boutique. they believe she placed orders with professional thieves to steal exactly what she wanted. officers claim she sold the goods at full price. >> for the second time in the past week, a rabid beaver has cast fear. this latest incident happened saturday in springfield. 15 children were walking near a pond when suddenly a beaver came out of the water and lunged at a 4-year-old girl. nobody was bitten. >> the beaver was just kind of walking around. it didn't seem to be doing anything at all. just hanging out. and then she shot it. >> this is the second time a rabid beaver has attacked. 83-year-old lilian is out of the hospital after being bit while
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she was swimming last tuesday. >> still ahead, operation last call. the small items stolen for a big pea out at jfk airport. >> a million dollar mistake. a local man wins the lottery, but wait until you find out why [ romney ] this president can ask us to be patient.
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this president can tell us it was someone else's fault. but this president cannot tell us that you're better off today than when he took office. [ female announcer ] here in virginia, we're not better off under president obama. his defense cuts threaten over one hundred thirty thousand jobs, lowering home values, putting families at risk. the romney plan? tax cuts for middle class families. north american energy independence. create over three hundred forty thousand new jobs for virginia. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approved this message. 18 people arrested at j.f.k. airport. they're accused of stealing
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100,000 mini liquor items and other items. most of those arrested were employees for the company. but three people were airport security guards. police say they turned a blind eye to the thefts. the arrests capped off a nine-month investigation dubbed operation last call. the stolen liquor was valued at $750,000. >> in one part of l.a. today, two suspected bank robbers started throwing wads of money out of the car. the crooks eventually got stuck in traffic and police took them into custody but the search continues for two other suspects. >> an undocumented immigrant says he won the lottery. he says he was ripped off by someone e he trusted. richard jordan has the million dollar case of he said, she said. >> ramon ortiz cherishes a photo as one of his prized
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possessions. this family portrait is priceless. but there was another piece of paper that was worth almost as much. >> ortiz says he doesn't speak english and he doesn't have a social security number. but he did have an idea to collect from the maryland lottery commission. ortiz says he asked a legal, english coworker to pay the $450,000 pay out. ortiz says i never felt anything bad would happen. he says that trusted co-worker took the money and left him holdihold ing souvenirs. >> the department walked awaif with the check and the money. all my client has is a t-shirt and a hat. >> reporter: but the attorney insists his client did not take
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anyone's money. he says there was a confidential agreement between the two. he says he's making certain allegations that we are emphically and categorically denying and we will try our case in court. >> ortiz says he would have used that money to send back to his children in guatemala. but that's on hold as the case plays out in court. meanwhile, ortiz and the coworker he says betrayed him still work together and see each other regularly. ortiz says i don't talk to her and she doesn't taublg to me. she just looks at me and i'm
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there quietly. >> the coworker works to dismiss the case. a judge denied that request. she insists she had an agreement with ortiz but she won't discuss the terms. you might be asking yourself why would ortiz trust someone with so much money on the line. he says a couple of years ago, he won the lottery. he asked a different friend to cash it in, he says that time, everything went as planned. >> apple unvailed the new iphone 5. the screen is bigger, the camera is better. it also has a master's degree powerful processor making it twice as fast. but here's the downside. apple changed the phone's charger port. that means if you use a speaker dock or an alarm clock, you'll have to buy a new adapter to keep charging it. >> more plugs to worry about. >> yeah, more money.
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>> do we have to worry about this change in the weather, really? >> today, no, tomorrow, no. monday-tuesday, yes. back to you. >> okay, thanks. >> i've got a great picture. first off, there's the airport at night. yeah, clear skies. it is really simply gor yous out there right now. take a look at this picture on the potomac. how great is that? a nice sailboat just going right up the river right in front of the woodrow wilson bridge there. hey, that's the way it's going to be over the next couple of days. we did see a high of 81 degrees a little bit earlier today. the low this morning, 60 degrees. i think we'll see another cool day tomorrow, at least a cool
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start tomorrow. right now, we're at 67 and winds out of the southwest. everybody in the 50s to norlt and west. we're looking at 57 in culpepper. we are going to cool, but we're not going to get down into the low 40s like we were the last two nights. i think maybe the mid to upper 40s for you folks out towards the west. for now, no rain. there is a very potent storm. this actually braugt colorado a lot of rain. and they also had some snow up towards the highest elevations. pike's peek hak had a little bi snow today. that front, very cold air behind it right now. it's only 52 in denver. that won't happen here. but what will happen is this area of high pressure will
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slowly move off the kwoes. more nice weather on friday ahead of that same cold front. it will have some cooler air behind it. it will also have some shower activity associated with it. but as it moves over the mountains, it will dry out. so i'm not expecting rain for this, but if where he do, it would be late friday night. as the front moves through. saturday just reinforces the great weather. saturday and sunday look gorgeous out there before our potential big storm moves in early next week. and it could be a pretty big one. in to the mid 40s for the west. about 57 in and around the dpis trikt. actually, going 60 degrees here as you make your waif through the day early tomorrow morning. once again, 47 in some of the coolest areas to about 60 in the city. tomorrow afternoon, you'll be able to take that jacket off very quickly. tomorrow is another perfect day,
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nice and warm, 79-83 degrees. and the next couple of days look even better. 83 on your friday. 79 on saturday. a gorgeous sunday at 80. and then we start to get into that chance of rain. watch out for that storm, it could be one that moves right up the coast. >> we'll continue to enjoy what we've got while we've got it. thank you, doug. coming up in sports, the coming up in sports, the nats go this message. experiences classrooms. sizes don't matter... by 20%. teaching to some test... he personally cannot relate to. education, children.
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that's good for that sweepology. >> i like the sweepology. i like that. you brought that down there new york, didn't you? well, you know what, they are getting closer to locking up a playoff spot. their magic number now down to 6 after they complete the sweep. a little sweepology. john lam, the laminal this year. how about ryan zimmerman? he continues his hot hitting in the fourth. zimmerman goes down and gets this one. 150 in his career.
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now, he also extended his hitting streak to 16 games. >> nats still clinging to a 1-0 lead until now. in desmond, the all-star shortstop, number 23 on the year for him. >> some late-night inning drama. heads up play. kind of fakes the throw to first and then turns around and throws it to third. what a great play by the rookie to start the run down. heads up, man. muccado is on second. and mcclouth is going to stem up when he needs to. that's off the wall and it's the game. the orioles ghet the move 3-2 over the raise. and it is pandemonium in
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baltimore. these guys are inching closer to the playoffs despite the rash of injuries. all right, talking football now, one professional game for rob bert griffe nrksz, ii. maybe because he was. my shanihan is not a dummy. he knew it made sensz. >> they say we've been running the west coast o fensz for the last 15 years. i'm not sure what it is anymore. so many people have gone different directions. >> everything is a little bit similar to something that you've done in the past. i wouldn't say it's exactly what i did at baylor. that was a unique offense in it and so is this one. the coaches are coming up with
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in new con septembers every day. their imaginations are running wild. it would be fun to see what we do and i'll just go out there and execute it. >> the red skins, in case you were wondering, are favors out of the hapless sant lewis rams. >> i asked shanahan about that and he said just the flet of that option
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you can adopt a dog, a cat,
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what about a boyfriend? a boutique in paris features eligible bachelors in the store front windows. women are invited to browse the bachelor's on display. >> the shop, though, has attracted a lot of attention. owners of adoptaguy.com is only a joke, but the site has over 5,000 subscribers. you don't have to go to a rest rant or bar or anything. you can just browse. >> they look kind of bored, anncr: this casino's in west virginia. but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads.hy? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven.
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good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia.
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this president can tell us it was someone else's fault. but this president cannot tell us that you're better off today than when he took office. [ female announcer ] here in virginia, we're not better off under president obama. his defense cuts threaten over one hundred thirty thousand jobs, lowering home values, putting families at risk. the romney plan? tax cuts for middle class families. north american energy independence. create over three hundred forty thousand new jobs for virginia. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approved this message. >> jay: hey, ryan. thanks for coming, man, and congratulations on the five medals. that's unbelievable. >> thanks, jay. this is my first late night talk show, and i'm super excited. i even got a new suit. [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: it's "the tonight

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